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    Cynthia Carroll is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Anglo American; US listed AAUK and UK listed AAL

    Inés Scotland is the CEO of Citadel Resource Group; ASX:CGG

    Are you aware of other women CEOs in the resources industry ?

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    Citadel Resource Group Ltd
    ASX: CGG

    Chief Executive Officer: Inés Scotland
    Inés Scotland has held the position of Managing Director & CEO of Citadel Resource Group and it’s predecessor company Vertex Group for four years. Prior to joining Citadel Inés spent fifteen years in the mining industry, the majority of this time working for Rio Tinto companies including Comalco, Lihir and Kennecott Utah Copper. During her career Inés has worked in professional positions in Australia, Papua New Guinea, USA and the Middle East and is currently located in Saudi Arabia and Australia with Citadel Resource Group. Inés’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Applied Science and graduate studies in economics.


    Top 20 shareholders: http://www.citadelrg.com.au/INVESTOR...areholders.htm

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    Are you aware of other women CEOs in the resources industry ?
    Nicole Hollows/Macarthur Coal.

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    Macarthur Coal Ltd.
    ASX: MCC

    Nicole Hollows
    Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
    BBus (Acctg), Grad Dip CSP, Grad Dip Adv Acctg (Dist), GAICD, ACIS, CA

    Nicole was appointed in Chief Executive Officer of Macarthur Coal in January 2007 and Managing Director in June 2007. Prior to this Nicole held the positions of Acting CEO, Deputy CEO and Chief Financial Officer.

    Nicole joined the group in 1998 and was appointed Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer of Macarthur Coal (C&M Management) Pty Ltd (then Australian Premium Coals Pty Ltd), the manager of the company's Coppabella and Moorvale coal mines in Queensland's Bowen Basin.

    In 2007 Nicole was appointed to the Board of the Queensland Resources Council and was named President in November 2008.

    In her role at Macarthur Coal, Nicole is responsible for the day-to-day management of all company operations and plays an integral role in the company's investigation of new emerging markets for its coal product and expansion plans to grow production. Nicole has more than 16 years of experience in the resources sector.


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    Gina Rynehart

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    Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd
    ASX: not listed

    Georgina Hope Rinehart
    Chairman & Director

    Mrs Rinehart joined the Hancock Group initially as the personal assistant to her father Lang Hancock, after studying Economics at Sydney University. Mrs Rinehart gained an extensive knowledge of the Pilbara iron ore industry during those years and in particular Marandoo, for which a Bankable Feasibility Study was undertaken, in conjunction with then partners, Texas Gulf of the USA. Mrs Rinehart became Executive Chairman of HPPL and the HPPL Group of companies in March 1992.

    Since becoming Executive Chairman, and after entering the Iron Ore (Hope Downs) State Agreement in December 1992, the Hancock Group has explored and undertaken a pre-feasibility study of Hope Downs, and commenced a bankable feasibility study. Mrs Rinehart was awarded “Deal of the Year” at the 2006 Diggers and Dealers Forum for the 50:50 Joint Venture with RTIO at Hope Downs, which is now a producing mine. In 1992, after the first exploration field trip (together with Chief Geologist, Richard Paquay) Mrs Rinehart decided HPPL should apply for the Roy Hill 1 tenements, which were granted in 1993. HPPL is currently funding and progressing a pre-feasibility study on the Roy Hill 1 project, a project that is potentially the largest undeveloped marra mamber deposit in Australia.

    In 2007, Mrs Rinehart entered the Jacaranda Joint Venture Alliance, which has applied for additional tenements and holds tenements across Australia (Uranium, Lead, Zinc, Molybedenum, Gold, Diamonds and Petroleum).

    Mrs Rinehart continues to oversee significant progress exploring, expanding and evaluating potentially world class mine developments in the Hancock Prospecting Group portfolio, together with an expanding property portfolio.


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    Anglo American plc
    LSE: AAL

    Cynthia Carroll
    Chief executive since March 2007; Board member since January 2007.

    Cynthia Carroll chairs the Executive Committee and the Chief Executive’s Committee and sits on the Safety and Sustainable Development Committee. She was president and chief executive officer of Alcan’s Primary Metal Group and a former director of AngloGold Ashanti Limited and the Sara Lee Corporation. She is a non-executive director of BP plc, Anglo Platinum Limited and De Beers.


    Significant shareholders
    As of 19 February 2008, Anglo American plc was aware of the following interests in 3% or more of the Company's ordinary share capital:

    Name - Shareholding - Percentage of issued capital
    Legal & General plc 70,395,648 5.32%
    Old Mutual plc 66,796,452 5.05%
    PLC Nominees (Pty) Limited1 354,587,265 26.82%
    Tarl Investment Holdings Ltd2 47,275,613 3.58%

    1The nominees for those shareholders in South Africa who hold their shares via the STRATE system

    2Tarl Investment Holdings Limited (Tarl). One of the independent companies which purchases shares as part of Anglo's share buy back programme. Tarl has waived its right to vote all the shares it holds or will hold in Anglo American plc.

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    Anglo American - Now Showing: Cynthia Carroll's Annus Horribilis


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